Campus Happenings

  •   The NDSU Precision Agriculture Program’s new robotic platform may soon be used to teach tomorrow’s producers. The high-tech “Weedbot system” had its first field test on July 2. The device is 6 feet wide, 12 feet long and stands 7 feet tall. It

  •   The NDSU men’s basketball program will be represented by assistant coach Josh Sash in Coaches 4 Change, known as C4C. The new organization was founded by college basketball coaches who are dedicated to helping their student-athletes, campuses

  •   NDSU will begin using a technology-enhanced instructional model that allows students and faculty to fully interact in person or remotely beginning fall 2020. The HyFlex Educational Model, announced by President Dean L. Bresciani, is a powerful

  •   NDSU has been awarded a $499,242 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study rangeland management strategies. “Working rangelands are a pillar of American agriculture and a cr

  •   Benton Duncan, professor and chair of the NDSU mathematics department, has accepted an interim appointment as dean of the NDSU College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies. Interim Provost Margaret Fitzgerald made the announcement June 29

  •   NDSU has distributed $3,359,788 to 7,874 students as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Eligible students were able to receive an initial grant up to $600, depending on their financial need. Students are eli

  •   NDSU women’s track and field student-athletes Shelby Gunnells and Paige Harris have been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America team for Division I, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced June 25. Gunnells was voted to

  •   The NDSU Challey School of Music offers a remarkable learning experience. The program has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music since 1970 and its tradition of excellence in ensembles dates back to 1904. NDSU has the

  •   Lauren Singelmann credits her self-confidence to the opportunities she’s been given at North Dakota State University to learn and grow in her field of engineering. “Imposter syndrome is something I continue to work through, but I’ve found that

  •   An NDSU research team has been selected as one of seven national winners in the 2021 Moon to Mars eXploration Systems and Habitation Academic Innovation Challenge. The competition, sponsored by NASA in partnership with the National Space Grant

  • WILLISTON, N.D. – With three and a half months to go before the Great Cycle Challenge (GCC) in September 2020, Dr. Kyle Norris, Associate Professor of Music at Williston State College, has already met 40% of his fundraising goal. Started in 201

  •   NDSU alumnus Larry K. Ellingson will be recognized for his contributions to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with an Honorary Membership at the organization’s annual meeting during October in Indianapolis. “I have had the good fortune in